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Re: Commit of single file

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: Thu, 07 May 2009 17:53:53 +0200

Brian Frisch wrote:
> Hi,
> I miss the possibility to be able to right-click a single file, and
> commit it. I haven't been able to do this since the last update
> Tortoise.
> For example, I've made a change in foo.cfm. When I right-click it and
> press "Commit", the "Changes made" window contains the following
> message:
> "No files were changed or added since the last commit. There's nothing
> for TortoiseSVN to do here ...". In the past, the file would be listed
> for selection.
> If I on the other hand go one step up in the file tree and right-click
> the parent directory and press "Commit" foo.cfm is on the list
> containing the changes I've made, and ready for commit.
> Why has this changed?

It hasn't - at least I can't reproduce this here at all. I always get
the file listed in the commit dialog.
Are you sure the file really is modified? Is the file accessible (i.e.
no other app has the file open, not even a virus scanner for a short time)?


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Received on 2009-05-07 17:54:33 CEST

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